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2020 Fantasy football rest of playoff rankings

Are you in a playoff fantasy football league? Here are our overall rankings from the Divisional round through the Super Bowl to help you out.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson throws the ball against the Cleveland Browns during the first quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

We got off to a lukewarm start in our initial rankings, as we had the Titans and Seahawks winning, but we invested deeply in the Saints players, hoping to get four games out of them. We will not get four games out of them. We needed MOAR Taysom Hill! But I digress.

Many fantasy playoff leagues allow you to re-draft each round, so we’ll give it another go with some updated rankings for the Divisional round through the Super Bowl. For initial rankings we had the Ravens playing the Saints in the Super Bowl. We’ll stick with the Ravens in our updated rankings as a team to play three games and make it to the “big game,” but who will come out of the NFC? The 49ers are the clear favorites with home field advantage and the Saints out of the picture.

San Francisco already whooped the Packers and are 1-1 this season against the Seahawks. The Vikings showed they can hang with the big boys by going into New Orleans and winning but I’ll give Kyle Shanahan and a well-rested team at home the advantage.

If the Seahawks beat the Packers, they’ve shown they can beat the 49ers on their home turf and came close at home, so I expect it will be a close game but I’m going to lean toward the 49ers at home, which would give us three games from the gold miners. That’s the thinking that will go into these rankings below:

Overall Playoff Rankings, Divisional Round to Super Bowl

Rank Player Team Pos Opp
Rank Player Team Pos Opp
1 Lamar Jackson BAL QB vs TEN
2 Patrick Mahomes KC QB vs HOU
3 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB vs MIN
4 Russell Wilson SEA QB @ GB
5 Mark Ingram BAL RB vs TEN
6 Damien Williams KC RB vs HOU
7 Tyreek Hill KC WR vs HOU
8 George Kittle SF TE vs MIN
9 Raheem Mostert SF RB vs MIN
10 Travis Kelce KC TE vs HOU
11 Mark Andrews BAL TE vs TEN
12 Deshaun Watson HOU QB @ KC
13 Derrick Henry TEN RB @ BAL
14 Tyler Lockett SEA WR @ GB
15 D.K. Metcalf SEA WR @ GB
16 Aaron Jones GB RB vs SEA
17 Aaron Rodgers GB QB vs SEA
18 Dalvin Cook MIN RB @ SF
19 Davante Adams GB WR vs SEA
20 DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR @ KC
21 Carlos Hyde HOU RB @ KC
22 Emmanuel Sanders SF WR vs MIN
23 Ryan Tannehill TEN QB @ BAL
24 Deebo Samuel SF WR vs MIN
25 Marquise Brown BAL WR vs TEN
26 Marshawn Lynch SEA RB @ GB
27 Kirk Cousins MIN QB @ SF
28 Adam Thielen MIN WR @ SF
29 Stefon Diggs MIN WR @ SF
30 Gus Edwards BAL RB vs TEN
31 Jacob Hollister SEA TE @ GB
32 Duke Johnson HOU RB @ KC
33 Travis Homer SEA RB @ GB
34 Tevin Coleman SF RB vs MIN
35 A.J. Brown TEN WR @ BAL
36 Matt Breida SF RB vs MIN
37 Sammy Watkins KC WR vs HOU
38 Jamaal Williams GB RB vs SEA
39 Will Fuller HOU WR @ KC
40 LeSean McCoy KC RB vs HOU
41 Willie Snead BAL WR vs TEN
42 Mecole Hardman KC WR vs HOU
43 David Moore SEA WR @ GB
44 Demarcus Robinson KC WR vs HOU
45 Kenny Stills HOU WR @ KC
46 Darren Fells HOU TE @ KC
47 Miles Boykin BAL WR vs TEN
48 Corey Davis TEN WR @ BAL
49 Justice Hill BAL RB vs TEN
50 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR vs SEA
51 Darwin Thompson KC RB vs HOU
52 Kyle Rudolph MIN TE @ SF
53 Geronimo Allison GB WR vs SEA
54 Dion Lewis TEN RB @ BAL
55 Jake Kumerow GB WR vs SEA
56 Alexander Mattison MIN RB @ SF
57 Dexter Williams GB RB vs SEA
58 Malik Turner SEA WR @ GB
59 Jaron Brown SEA WR @ GB
60 Jonnu Smith TEN TE @ BAL
61 Ameer Abdullah MIN RB @ SF
62 Mike Boone MIN RB @ SF
63 Adam Humphries TEN WR @ BAL
64 Keke Coutee HOU WR @ KC
65 Dante Pettis SF WR vs MIN
66 Jimmy Graham GB TE vs SEA
67 Hayden Hurst BAL TE vs TEN
68 Irv Smith Jr. MIN TE @ SF
69 Anthony Firkser TEN TE @ BAL
70 Jordan Akins HOU TE @ KC